JSON Web Token manages permission to access and interact with specific features, services, or content within the Arianee ecosystem, providing a secure and decentralized authentication mechanism.
A timestamped event linked to an NFT to highlight a significant event in the lifecycle of the digital asset or the physical product.
Link that points to an NFT. Example: https://arian.ee/66964627,q57vb4bkexlr
A secure gateway that enables users to control access to their data and decide how it is shared within the Arianee ecosystem while maintaining their privacy.
Verified, authentic, and recorded the identity of a brand integrating all relevant information.
Transfer the ownership of an NFT from the issuer to an end-user.
Digital product passports (DPP) aim to collect information on a product and share it with all stakeholders, including end-customers.
Decentralized messages are secure and unique digital NFTs, or messages, containing information about a physical object or asset, issued on the blockchain for enhanced traceability and authenticity.
A Non-Fungible Token is a type of cryptographic token that represents a unique digital or real-world asset and isn't interchangeable.
Arianee Protocol’s feature allows a smart-assets issuer to get back the ownership of a distributed NFT. Use case example: Physical product returned to the store, so the digital twin is recovered.
The Smart Asset Sharing Token (SST) is a token allowing the operation of a Transfer Permit. If the SST is valid, the third party can operate a transfer without being the owner.
The transfer permit is a solution designed as a token to facilitate connectivity between Arianee protocol features and third-party entities like resellers and marketplaces. This permit allows third parties to operate a transfer without being the digital passport owner.
Updated 21 days ago